500 off-duty cops protest in support of "professional priviledge"

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posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 07:43 AM
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A little update and possible plot line twist. Apparently the guy responsible for the investigation that uncovered this mess has "suddenly" retired:


PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said:

“The sudden retirement of the individual who was the lead investigator in such a high-profile case seems very curious at this time. Many have suspected that the leak of critical wire tap recordings and grand jury testimony to members of the media, which is itself a crime, may have come from the very Internal Affairs Bureau who conducted the surveillance. It is also possible that those leaks occurred In an attempt to bolster the criminal cases against our members who, until now, would only have faced departmental charges for these types of alleged infractions.”
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This alone could have one wondering if there wasnt some twisted vendetta against the cops that set them all up.

However, pair it with the 500+ protesting for "professional privilege" being backed by their union and you have to wonder if this investigator wasnt encouraged to retire by some of the death-threatening psychopaths who post in that LEO forum linked a few posts back. Link to that forum

edit on 29-11-2011 by thisguyrighthere because: (no reason given)




posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 08:19 AM
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Unreal. What happened to the days of an honest man doing honest mans work? What happend to the respectable law man? What happened to the law men and women that would do anything to protect and serve? I have no words for this... the corruption has become the norm.





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